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Access 2002

The integration between FrontPage and Access has remained a goal throughout the development of Office as a Web authoring package. The reason is simple: Sophisticated Web sites need databases for maximum functionality. Organizations store their information in database format, and they access that information through database queries. Users of the databases can sometimes add to and edit the information within the databases, and the queries and contributions lend the databases the air of being practically alive.

Database integration with Web sites has traditionally demanded programming expertise, but FrontPage 2002's integration with Access enables you to create a Web site database without heavy programming experience. FrontPage 2000 introduced the Database Results Wizard to help Web pages work closely with Access documents, and this proved a step in the right direction. FrontPage 2002 adds the Database Interface Wizard to the mix, enabling even stronger interaction.


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